Monday Make A – Cinnamon / Applesauce Ornaments

December 14, 2009 at 10:52 am (Children, Christmas, Crafts, Decoration, Family, Kids, Magic, Monday, pagan, Winter, Witch, Witchlets, Yule)

Cinnamon / Applesauce Ornaments
from Angel

You will need:

  • 1 1/2 cups ground cinnamon
  • Knife
  • 1 cup applesauce
  • Straw
  • 1/3 cup white school glue
  • cooling rack
  • rolling pin ribbon
  • various cookie cutters
  • puffy paints (optional)

In bowl mix together applesauce, cinnamon and white glue. Remove mixture from bowl and knead until it turns into a firm clay. Let sit 30 mins. at room temperature. Flour your hands & rolling paper, or use wax paper as a working surface. With rolling pin, roll out till about 1/8 inch thick. Use cutters to cut out desired shapes. Use the straw to cut a hole out near the top of your shape. Place shapes on a non stick cooling rack to dry, remembering to turn them so they dry evenly and flat. Dry for aprox. 5 days. When dry, tie a ribbon through the hole for hanging. You may now decorate with your paints.

***As always, take advantage of this opportunity to infuse your creations magically! Focus your intent as you mix, cut & decorate your creations. While stirring, chant to yourself

Love, health, happiness, prosperity, harmony, contentment, protection

Picture these qualities becoming part of what you’re making, and as a result, being transferred to the folks who use (or eat, in the case of food) the things you make!


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